Wednesday April 1, 2020

Bitcoin firm plans to double its Irish staff

7th June, 2015

The Irish arm of US bitcoin company Circle Internet Financial is planning to expand its Dublin operation this year, after the company received a cash injection from its backers.

Circle, which allows consumers to securely store and transfer bitcoin, a virtual currency, opened its European headquarters in Ireland last year and appointed Irish former banker Garrett Cassidy as its European head.

The company recently closed a $50 million funding round in the United States, with...

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